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Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial

A part of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial is seen on the National Mall in Washington, Sunday, Aug., 21, 2011. The memorial to the late civil rights leader is scheduled to be dedicated later this week. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais) 

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Comment by JIM BENNETT
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Dr King was also all but a card carring commie, he had dedicated men all around him influencing his activities  In the end what did he give us, enlarged welfare and entitlements, drainon taxpayer, the working slobs

Comment by Keith Cyrnek
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Well once again, an opportunity. It looks like I will make a T-shirt, with several "memorial" sites...with the intention of DANCING! Yes, the "MEMORIAL DANCING TOUR" We can start at MLK's, then to Geo. Wash, then to patrick Henry, then Ronnie Reagan, then Michael Jordan....and we can have theme songs at each location, you get the idea!

Comment by Temper Bay
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 A memorial to a 'man', not a god.  A man who was a great orator, who contributed much to bringing equality to the races, who gave hope to a people, who enflamed but never cooled, who was a hypocrite, an adulterer, an abuser of women - who was just a 'man' and not a god.

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